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End of the power subsidy in South-Eastern Asia?


End of the power subsidy in South-Eastern Asia?

Report summary

Historically, electricity tariffs in major markets in South-Eastern Asia have mirrored the Government's social objective of setting low domestic tariffs for political benefits and low industrial tariffs to support industrialisation & jobs growth.  Recent tariff hikes have set subsidised markets in Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia on course for cost reflective tariffs.  Is this the end of power subsidy in South-Eastern Asia?


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  • Indonesia
  • Peninsular Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Vietnam
  • Thailand
  • Singapore and Philippines
  • Implications of price reform
  • Towards the end of the power subsidies
    • What needs to be done to speed up the process?

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Indonesia
    • Indonesia
    • Peninsular Malaysia
  • Peninsular Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Vietnam
    • Vietnam
    • Thailand
  • Thailand
  • Singapore and Philippines
  • Implications of price reform
  • Towards the end of the power subsidies
    • Tariff increment required for cost reflective tariffs (%)
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